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  • Laura Jenkins

    I love Simon and Garfunkel--so many wonderful memories with their music. My best friend and I met in 9th Grade Girl's Glee and I discovered she loved Simon and Garfunkel, too, and that's how we became best friends! Most other girls our age liked "teeny-bopper music" so I knew I found a friend for life. We bought a few S&G songbooks, I learned the chords on my guitar, and we learned their beautiful harmonies.

  • Addie Smith

    my childhood included Mrs. Robinson

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